Egypt out of AFCON after Congo penalty win

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The Democratic Republic of Congo secured a coveted position in the quarterfinals of the 2023 CAF African Cup of Nations, displaying a remarkable performance that culminated in an 8-7 victory on penalties against the formidable Pharaohs of Egypt. The encounter marked the inaugural shootout of the tournament’s round of 16 matches, adding an extra layer of excitement to the competition.

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The thrilling match unfolded at the Stade Laurent Poko in San-Pedro, Ivory Coast, concluding with a deadlock at 1-1 after the regulation time. The intense contest showcased the prowess of both teams, with each side leaving no stone unturned in their quest for advancement.

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As the penalty shootout ensued, tension gripped the stadium, and it ultimately boiled down to Congo’s precision and resilience, securing their triumph over the Egyptian team. The Stade Laurent Poko bore witness to the jubilation of Congo’s players and fans as they celebrated this historic victory that propelled them into the quarterfinals.

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Looking ahead, Congo is now set to face Guinea in the upcoming quarterfinal clash, promising another thrilling chapter in their journey through the 2023 CAF African Cup of Nations. Stay tuned for more details as the tournament unfolds.

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